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Grateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1990-06-15




Set 1

Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, Minglewood Blues, A Little Light, Stagger Lee, Desolation Row, Ramble On Rose, Hell In A Bucket

Set 2

Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Blow Away, Women Are Smarter-> He's Gone-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around, E: Knockin' On Heaven's Door


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Shoreline Amphitheatre
Location Mountain View, CA

Source SBD -> Dat -> CD
Lineage CD -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC
Transferred by Charlie Miller

Notes

Notes:
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Thanks to Joani Walker and Paul Scotton for the patch source

Reviews

Reviewer: gordon hensley - - November 19, 2014
Subject: Other One
unusually good other one with plenty of intrigue and weirdness... the around and around to close show pretty cool too.
Reviewer: St. of Circumstance - - May 5, 2012
Subject: Another 90's Blast
This show Kicks Ass. Sound is phenominal and boys are ON! Don't miss. Thank you Charlie for another spectacular journey.
Reviewer: Estimatedjohn - - May 17, 2011
Subject: hey now
this sounds great five star set list,better than alot of dick's picks when are these archieve's every going to come out for sale?
Reviewer: Joshua_me - - May 12, 2011
Subject: Nothing's Gonna Brring Him Back....
During the "He's Gone", Brent doesn't even realize that he's playing at his own funeral - but, Jerry does.... Haunting and powerful....
Reviewer: BIG_R - - June 17, 2010
Subject: 6-15-90
A good and somewhat mellow show. I have a lot of others from '90 better. That doesn't mean there's anything wrong with this though. It is nicely remastered matrix by Charlie Miller.
Reviewer: Dylan M - - June 3, 2010
Subject: Top Contender for best show of 1990
Very strange show. Similar vibe to the next night, which seems to be focused, taking risks, but taking their time. Drawn out jams don't exactly elicit perfect accuracy all of the time, but the energy at Shoreline that night must have been special.

A super tight, excellent first set (setlist and playing quality) up the anti from the get-go. Killer versions of H>S>F suite, probably one of the top post revival versions. Little Light, Stagger Lee, Desolation, Rambleonrose are all played with patience and special attention.

Something strange happened in the second set. Sounds like a bit of a rough start with a honest but uneven version of Scarlet into honestly a lackluster sounding Fire (compared to other excellent 1990 versions of this pair). Blow Away is drawn out but still building an unknown intensity. Refer to 1989.7.7 or 1989.10.26 for better extended Blow Away.

With Women Are Smarter, we are given a sloppy but bold version with extended jams and experimental tones from both Jerry and Brent. The real magic comes during He's Gone with a touching rendition into a really psychedelic expanded Jerry, Billy, and Mickey Jam. Seven minutes later, heavily tripped out Drums segment.

Other One is of stellar proportions, as is a supper strange extended version of Round 'n' Round. They must have just been having a blast this night.

A month before Brent's death, we see the true potential of what could have been, and what never was. Between Spring and Summer of 1990, blossoming jams and new risks were sending the band to a new creative high. No "going through the motions".

I am very surprised how under-downloaded this Charlie Miller SBD is. The mix sounds great to me. A little airy, but that's how the band was playing that night.

One of the top five shows of 1990, for sure.

Along with:
3.15, 4.3, 6.24, 7.12. The playing at these special shows is evidence that the Dead were not declining, atleast until Brent's untimely death.

Thanks CM
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